August 27, 2021 to
August 29, 2021
This is perhaps is the fanciest campground we’ve ever stayed in. It claims to be the oldest KOA, established in 1962!
The park was great, with miniature golf, the Whole Hog Restaurant, Camp K9, a pool, and hot tub. The Yellowstone River was within walking distance, so I got to fish.
The first thing we did was to go downtown, and we ate at Jake’s Steak House where I had ribeye (what else?) and ElizaBeth had salmon. We went home and played miniature golf!
Our second day we stopped by Spring Blossom Quilt and Sew and I was able to go fishing in the Yellowstone River. I was skunked although I did lose a fly. Then we had hamburgers in the park for dinner.
Of course, the mutts had their time.
I painted a rock just to leave here.